Ready for a road trip? join us as the Wex Drive-In heads to the crossroads of the city (and state) for this special one-off screening on the Ohio Statehouse grounds.
Bring your chairs or blankets to the Statehouse West Plaza (on the High Street side of the building). Catering by Design, the Ohio Statehouse caterer, will be providing a cash bar and fresh grilled items for purchase. Just like at the Wexner Center, the actual screening will begin at dusk.
Cary Grant, Jean Arthur, and Ronald Coleman team up in a surprising romantic comedy about justice. Stevens crafts a satisfying and suspenseful film by blending the playfulness of 1930s’ screwball comedies into the socially conscious debates of 1940s’ dramas. Coleman, as a law professor in line for the Supreme Court, and Grant, as an accused arsonist, spar politically and romantically, as both fall for Arthur’s small-town teacher. (118 mins., 35mm)
In the event of rain, this screening will be canceled.
Wexner Center members receive a commemorative Wex Drive-In mug and discounted drinks at every film. Become a member through the Wex Drive-In and receive a Wexner Center Film/Video t-shirt and two additional free film passes (a $34 value). Click here for more information on the benefits of membership and to join.
Official Website: http://www.wexarts.org/fv/index.php?eventid=3093
Added by Wexner Center on June 20, 2008